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May 13, 2012 1:30am PDT
in this economy with over 3-million students graduating in the united states being prepared is just one step students can do to get noticed by companies employment specialist jill klees says it won't be easy -- but a career is possible. ">>>sure there's competition, there's lots of people looking for jobs but there's opportunity there. so if you position yourself properly and market yourself properly, then you're going to get a job." during the workshop --- klees reinforced practical job search strategies to be successful in today's changing economy. there are many preconceived notions about islam and muslims, but is it all true? students attended an event on campus focused on the stereotyping of islam and muslims. the s-j spirit group hosted the islam and muslims: myths vs. truth event at the student union on tuesday to address the issue. the event was lead by professor of arabic and middle eastern studies awad awad. ">>>the biggest misconception they have is again it depends who you ask in what area. some of the questions that i get are as ignorant as do muslims worship the moon god whic
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